FEMA reports emergency meal kits given to storm victims in Kentucky and Arkansas may contain peanut butter involved in a nationwide recall.
The recall features meals made under the standing rock label.
The meals come with of a variety of main courses.
Nothing is wrong with the meals themselves.
However, packets of peanut butter that come with the meal may contain salmonella.
FEMA spokesman Thomas R. Hegele says, "I wouldn't be concerned about it, but if they have any doubts about it, don't eat that part."
Hegele says he's confident the rest of the food in the meals kids is safe.
People who have received commercial meal kits are asked to inspect the kits and immediately dispose of any peanut butter packets.
For more information call 1-800-CDC-INFO (1-800-232-4636).